How we express ourselves to the outside world—from meeting agendas to presentations—reinforces our brand. Visual consistency helps give our audiences a positive, meaningful interaction with Ohio State.

Available in InDesign and Microsoft PowerPoint for CFAES, CFAES Wooster, OSU Extension, and 4-H, each template reflects our design system and complies with university accessibility standards. If you have not already done so, please download and install the Buckeye fonts before using these templates. Failure to do so will result in your content being displayed incorrectly.

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All materials must be reviewed by the university before being distributed or produced. This includes social media posts, event flyers, student organization materials, and videos. Please send your mockups to and allow plenty of time for a response.



When you need to give someone a really quick overview of a complex or lengthy topic, an infographic can be a good approach. Infographics are great for making complicated information easy to digest. Consider using one anytime you want to:

  • Provide a quick overview of a topic

  • Explain a complex process

  • Display research findings or survey data

  • Summarize a long blog post or report

  • Compare and contrast multiple options

  • Raise awareness about an issue or cause

So you've decided you want to create an infographic to help showcase your program's success. Now what? Creating an outline will help you organize your thoughts and ensure that your content will work in an infographic.

Create an infographic outline from existing content using these 3 steps:

1. Determine the key takeaways of your content

2. Determine the title, headers, subheaders and facts

3. Consider the length of paragraphs and points


Once you’ve got your outline, you’re ready to choose an infographic template. Pre-made infographic templates like the ones below can give you the design inspiration you need to get your infographic rolling. You are not required to use one of our templates; but using them as a jumping-off point can be helpful.



General Infographic Template

> Download the template for InDesign

> Download the template for Microsoft Word

> Download the template for PowerPoint



Infographic Template 1

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Infographic TEMPLATE 2

Infographic Template 2

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Infographic Template 3

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Infographic TEMPLATE 4

Infographic Template 4

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If you would prefer to download all templates for your organization, please use one of the links below.

> Download CFAES Infographic Templates

> Download CFAES Wooster Infographic Templates

> Download OSU Extension Infographic Templates

> Download 4-H Infographic Templates